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Subject: Crazy set list,
really good jams.
Solo Head -
Subject: Fun, Fun, Fun
One of the best recordings Healy ever did. A fun show to dance , dance , dance.
Got this show on tape almost 20 years ago off a man called derek Attacks. Moved from London to L.A in the Early 90's. He gave me so many gems like Huntington 78 . Loved to know what happened to him. If your out there mate cheers. Still sounds good and through the strained Jerry voice years .
P.S. Big up the Charlie Miller . You can do no wrong. If you come over the pond to the U.K let me buy you a drink or two
This was the first show I ever saw. It was amazing. I am hoping someone videotaped the show. I would love to have a video of it. Speak up if you have a copy.
Quinn -> Dancin' was a highlight. My jaw was on the floor, but Comes a Time might be the best I ever heard.
Subject: This is a beautiful one
One of my favorites from '86. Check out the transition from Dancin'> Black Muddy River. Granted, it may have been planned (although I don't think that's a negative), but it's done flawlessly.
johnny d -
Subject: This is beautiful
If you are lsitening to this you know exactly what I mean...of course I did start listening at the Bird Song...
This should at least have Joani Walker listed in the keywords.